Wade Boggs in the Hall of Fame

The Hall's Getting Wade

Boggs in '86

(Boston Globe Staff Photo / Stan Grossfeld -- Boggs, Bruce Hurst, Al Nipper 10/27/86)

The Original OBP Machine Takes the Fast Track into the Hall of Fame

"I think that was the turning point in my career that even allowed me to be considered for the Hall of Fame, to become a complete player. It took a while. But taking all those ground balls and going out there early with Johnny Pesky paid off." -- The 17th Boston Red Sox Hall of Famer Wade Boggs

Rice Not Done, but Comes in 4th with 307 Votes. Sandberg In.

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